London, United Kingdom, December 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The latest quarterly edition of the JSA Consulting Office Furniture Market Forecast shows that the best case scenario over the next two years for the sector is for extremely limited growth. The report, which tracks trends in the wider economy and relates them to forecast growth in the UK office furniture market shows that although the much talked about double dip recession will be barely perceptible, it will constrain growth in the economy in the immediate future.
Working in conjunction with leading UK economist, Roger Martin-Fagg, JSA’s forecasts provide an authoritative view of how the market will behave, quarter by quarter, between now and the end of 2013 and so offer an invaluable tool to chief executives and finance directors charged with planning for their companies. They are continuously updated to provide a rolling snapshot of the state of the economy in general and the office furniture market in particular.
Available on annual subscription from JSA’s website at jsacs.com, the forecasts are updated and reissued every three months to reflect the latest economic indicators. According to John Sacks the data in the report is more reliable than other surveys. "Traditional reports of this kind have relied too heavily on historic data and extrapolations of turnover of specific firms," he explains. "What the JSA service offers are forecasts based on a much wider and more sophisticated range of data, including trends in the wider economy and the developing nature of the market itself. By continually updating this information online we are able to offer a dynamic viewpoint on the market to help subscribers make sound, well-informed business decisions."
More information on the JSA Market Forecast service is available at http://www.jsacs.com/uk-market-forecasts.php.